March 28, 2013Announcement

Kerryann Haase Minton Recognized by the Leading Lawyers Network and Lexology

Michael Best & Friedrich LLP is proud to announce that Chicago office Managing Partner, Kerryann Haase Minton, has been selected for inclusion in the Leading Lawyers Network 2013 list of "Leading Women Lawyers," in the area of Employment Law: Management. The list of Leading Lawyers is the result of thousands of attorney surveys. Only those lawyers who are most often recommended qualify as Leading Lawyers. This honor is given to less than five percent of all attorneys licensed to practice law in Illinois.

Haase Minton was also chosen as the exclusive winner of the Labor & Employment category for Illinois in the 2013 Lexology Client Choice Guide. Candidates are nominated for the Client Choice program by corporate counsel, and this year there were over 1,000 nominations from clients in the USA and Canada.

What clients have said...

"Her attention to detail, responsiveness, and quality of work performed would make you think I am the most important client she has. That’s the way she treats everyone."

"Kerryann truly understands that her clients need a legal advisor who will work with them to synthesize legal guidance with the realities and limitations of business and operational needs."

"She consistently demonstrates a long-term view and serves our best long-term interests, which in turn engenders a high level of trust and confidence. That quality is the most important of all."

"Besides being a good attorney technically, Kerryann demonstrates a truly unique caring and passion for the wellbeing of my business."

"From utilizing the talents of her team to providing the most cost effective services to providing the most legally effective services, Kerryann represents my business as if she were part of the family with a vested interest of her own."

"She is able to present the issues and application of the legalities in such a way that everyone on our team can fully understand in order to make a timely, well-founded decision."

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